Jennifer Vorbach was born in Paris and raised in Geneva, and earned an art history degree with honors from Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts. English and French are her native languages and she has good command of German and Italian. Based in New York, she divides her time between the US and Europe. She has contributed to Whitewall Magazine, and is a trustee of the Saint-Gaudens Memorial National Historic Site in Cornish, New Hampshire. An auctioneer while at Christie’s, she continues to serve as auctioneer for charities in New York and Geneva.

CHRISTIE'S Jennifer began her career at Christie's and subsquently became department head, auctioneer and, in 2005, International Director of the Post-War and Contemporary department. In that position, she helped Christie's win landmark sales from the Broida, Eastman, and Huber collections, as well as that of the Judd Foundation.

CITIBANK In 1988, she became the Contemporary specialist for Citibank’s Art Advisory Service, advising collectors from the US, South America, Europe, and Asia on the purchase and sale of art. She was one of three appraisers of Citibank’s portfolio of collateralized art, then valued at $1 billion.

C+M ARTS In 1992, Jennifer joined the start-up gallery as its director. With the two founding partners, she developed the program for what soon became one of New York’s most prestigious galleries. A partner as of 1996, she was responsible for major acquisitions and sales as well as for curating numerous C+M Arts exhibitions.

CURATION In 2007, Jennifer became an independent agent and advisor to art collectors internationally. She curated the first commercial exhibition of Andy Warhol paintings in mainland China during the 2008 Olympics, and organized a show of Post-War art during the Gstaad polo season the same year.